Flight deck, Captain / Commander


Last updated: 2 months ago
Expires: 1 week ago
Job Role:
Flight deck, Captain / Commander
Aircraft type:
Dominican Republic

Job description



The Dominican air travel market has experienced steady growth in the last few years and Arajet believes that, by adopting the ULCC model, it can accelerate that growth. As such, Arajet will be a catalyst for the rapid expansion of the air transportation market in the Dominican Republic and the Caribbean as a whole. New traffic to and from the island will provide direct and indirect employment opportunities and have a significant positive impact on the regional and national economy.

At Arajet we want to provide the opportunity for more people to fulfill their dream of flying. To do this, we are looking for aviation professionals with whom we can make the dream of many come true. We are looking for professionals like you, with longings for growth, experience, and desire to leave their mark on the history of Dominican commercial aviation.

We are currently seeking experienced Captains for our B737-MAX aircraft who will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of flight to ensure safety and the proper functioning of all aircraft systems during normal operations. The successful candidate will play a crucial role in ensuring compliance with both local and foreign regulations, as well as adhering to the policies and procedures outlined by the company's operations.


  • Reporting to the Chief Pilot.
  • Ensure the safe and effective operation of the airplane and the safety of the crew and passengers.
  • Be concerned with the airworthiness of the plane, weather components influencing the flight.
  • Flight controls.
  • Discuss activity control methods.
  • Make use of air navigational aids planned to supply the greatest security in the air.



Minimum requirements

  • Type rate on B737 – NG/MAX (preferably).
  • Current American Visa B1/B2 on date.
  • Current Medical Certification.
  • ICAO Lv. 4 as minimum requirement
  • Current ATP License.
  • Equal or more than 5,000 total hours.
  • PIC hours equal or more than 1,500 hours on 45 tons aircraft.